Multiply yourself to save a human colony in BOOR

BadLand Games has signed with developer Dazlog Studio to publish BOOR, a new 2D puzzle platformer set to arrive on Steam early next year:

Eden, a faraway human colony, was meant to offer humans a fresh start. To ensure a positive outcome, scientists developed the BOOR A.I., which was intended to make everyone’s lives easier, safer, and happier. However, something went wrong: BOOR suddenly turned against the colonists … nearly managing to wipe them out! When all seemed lost, a little girl, the only individual capable of putting an end to BOOR’s master plan, accidentally lands on the planet.

Featuring more than 70 intricately-detailed levels, BOOR will dare you to take on the role of this mysterious, unnamed girl. Multiply yourself to solve challenging puzzles, destroy enemy robots, and face tough end level bosses. Collect items, discover secrets, and push forward to shed light on the many mysteries of Eden and BOOR.

Daniel Roldan (sole developer and founder, Dazlog Studio):
“Some may dream of the perfect mate, or a brand new car. My dream was to make a puzzle platformer featuring hand-drawn art and an original gameplay mechanic — bringing something beautiful and challenging to players everywhere. I worship at the altar of Braid, Limbo, Portal, and Super Meat Boy — and I hope players will deem BOOR worthy of their time.”

Luis Quintans (CEO, BadLand Games):
“We’re thrilled to be working with such a talented developer. BOOR is intriguing, challenging, and thought-provoking — everything we want in a modern puzzle platformer.”



  • Explore a beautiful world with stunning, hand-drawn environments.
  • Put your platforming skills to the test with more than 70 challenging maps.
  • Multiply yourself to get through puzzles, defeat dangerous enemies, and overcome
    end level bosses.
  • Experience environments filled to the brim with puzzles and secrets.
  • Uncover the mystery of Eden and save the human colony from extinction.

BOOR will be available on Steam (Windows, Mac, and Linux) in Q1 of 2017. Pricing and exact launch date are yet to be determined.

Qudduws Campbell

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